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Zealous for Good

“He gave Himself for us to redeem us from every lawless deed, and to purify for Himself a people for His own possession, zealous for good deeds.” – Titus 2:14 NAS

Simplifying Our Way With God

Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God — this is your true and proper (your spiritual act of) worship. – Romans 12:1 NIV –   Therefore I love things in life that simplify. This single line of Scripture regarding our relationship with…

Prayer, Power and Overcoming Dead Religion

Greetings, I wish I could say it was by some profound inspiration that I’m writing at this hour but the reason is more irritating actually. It’s just past 1:30am and I can’t sleep despite feeling very tired. I decided to kill the time by sharing some things I’ve been thinking on lately regarding prayer. I know what I am about…

Growing: Gather, Process, Adjust + Evolve. (P1)

With 2016 coming to a close and a new year at our door I felt motivated to share some concepts about growing personally, spiritually and professionally. The following is a post in a series of posts that I will write about growing. I believe these principles will contribute to your creating a lifestyle of personal development. I’d also love to…

Striving Vs. Growing

Trying to be good or better is not the ultimate goal of our faith. Grace was not given for us to fall in line. We were created to be fully alive spiritually and love deeply and purely. Unfortunately we are all caved in more empty versions of our intended design. The caved in conscious mind has difficulty seeing beyond itself…

God is Love

Our relationship with God is intricately tied to our relationship with people. We cannot despise, malign, hurt, seduce, manipulate and or degrade another human being and not be hostile toward God. Our “way” toward God is broken when we injure people because God is Love. This is clear through Scripture. “Any one who says they love God and hates his…